Defending the Constitution and the Rule of Law

Brad Schimel candidate for Supreme Court

About Brad Schimel

Brad Schimel grew up in the Town of Vernon and graduated Mukwonago High School. He attended UW Waukesha for 2 years and then finished his bachelor’s degree at UW Milwaukee. He began his career in the Waukesha County Courthouse as an intern in the DA’s Office in 1989, and after graduating UW Law School in 1990, was hired as an Assistant DA. He served as an Assistant DA until he was elected Waukesha County District Attorney in 2006 and was twice reelected as DA. He left the courthouse in 2015 after being elected Wisconsin Attorney General.

As Attorney General, led the Department of Justice with 30 years of frontline prosecution experience. In the fight against heroin and opioid abuse, drug dealers and violent offenders are behind bars. Crime victims had a voice. He advocated for those most vulnerable — stopping elder abuse, human trafficking and sexual assault wherever he can. As the state’s Top Cop, he proudly backed the badge to support the brave men and women who keep our streets safe every day.

Brad and his family stayed here in Waukesha County, and he returned to the courthouse as a Circuit Court Judge presiding over Br. 6 in January 2019.

Upholding Our Wisconsin Values

  • Applying the Law as Written
  • Defending the Constitution
  • Upholding the Rule of Law
  • Backing the Badge
  • Keeping Families Safe and Criminals Behind Bars

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